- Native Ulu with Scrimshaw Handle & Stand
Native Ulu with Scrimshaw Handle & Stand
The natural bone that grows on the head of a Moose. The shed antler lays on the ground and is weathered and sun bleached. They are good material for carving and Knife handles. Ulus have been used since the early 1900s BC
An ulu is an all-purpose knife traditionally used by Inuit, Yupik, and Aleut women. It is utilized in applications as diverse as skinning and cleaning animals, cutting a child's hair, cutting food, as a weapon and, if necessary, trimming blocks of snow and ice used to build an igloo.